Chelsea travel to Germany to face Schalke in the penultimate round of Champions League group fixtures in a game that will have increased meaning now that Blues legend Roberto Di Matteo is at the helm of their opponents.
This will add an extra dimension to the match, with travelling Chelsea fans likely to give Di Matteo a rapturous reception despite his position in the home dugout.
Chelsea are well placed to qualify from Group G, despite a disappointing draw last time out against Maribor. A win would see the Blues top the group leaving Schalke (5pts), Maribor (3pts) and Sporting Lisbon (4pts) to battle it out for the remaining spot.
A draw would see Chelsea through but leave the top spot up for grabs going into the last round of fixtures.